A rabbi, a football chairman, and Kim Kardashian West walk into a Zoom meeting, and help evacuate 30 girls and young women and their families to safety.
Afghanistan's state institutions face the risk of collapse after a mass exodus of educated professionals under the Taliban.
Afghan people hoped there'd be a silver lining to the Taliban takeover – long-awaited stability. But for now, the situation is as volatile as ever.
VICE World News talked to Afghan journalists and media workers on the future of the sector under the second round of Taliban rule.
After a targeted attack on a Kabul maternity ward, traumatised midwives struggle to keep working amid a healthcare system on the brink of collapse.
People are worried Afghanistan could have its power supply cut off, triggering a mass blackout and plunging the country into "the Dark Ages."
You must have at least two rocket launchers to ride the pirate ship.
A month after Kabul fell, Afghan society has been transformed.
VICE World News spoke with a former interpreter with British forces who was shot at as he tried to flee the country after putting his life in the hands of human traffickers.
Taqi Daryabi and Nematullah Naqdi from daily newspaper Etilaatroz said they were beaten for hours with rifle butts and electrical cables, for covering a protest led by women.
An infamous Taliban ministry that in the 1990s deployed patrols of men with whips to ensure women adhered to draconian laws has made a comeback.